I can post more about this knife on this forum because I know that it's soon to be recipient isn't a member here, unlike CGN! So you guys get a bit more detail than they do! I decided to make a knife for my best friend, Jimmy "The Jet" Craig, for his 50th birthday (the party is next Saturday). He doesn't hunt anymore but is a knife nut of the first order. He has said several times that he'd love to have me make him a knife and I told him that I was more than willing...he just had to make the drive down so that we could go over materials and get him exactly what he wanted. But he doesn't drive out too often. I thought this would be a nice one for him to use for whatever he uses his knives for anymore! Likely just for wearing around and whittling the occasional stick but still, finally he'll have one. I also thought it would be apropos to make the knife using caribou antler from our old stomping grounds in the Mackenzie Delta. This knife is a nice, standard 3.25" Drop Point Hunter in O1 steel with brass bolster and pins and caribou antler scales This is the second knife that I've done with the boiled vinegar blade finish and I like the way it turned out. But on the other hand, this knife reminds me of how little I like working with caribou antler. It can be tricky because it has a relatively thin outer shell and inside is a terrible mess of porous bone that you have to work at to seal up. But in the end I think it worked out pretty nicely.